Fast start lifts South Carroll to 4-2 win

October 29, 1994|By Glenn P. Graham | Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer

South Carroll wasted little time advancing in its Class 3A West game against visiting Bethesda-Chevy Chase, scoring in the opening moments and coming away with a 4-2 victory.

The No. 7 Cavs (12-0-1) got first-half goals from Rob Ridgely, Adam Aulestia and Ken Jenkins to coast past the Barons (4-9).

"We worked really hard, and it was important to come out strong. That's what we've done all year long," said South Carroll coach Charlie Fazenbaker. "We wanted one and got more with a lot of good people."

South Carroll next will travel to Paint Branch, which had a bye in the first round, either Tuesday or Wednesday.

Ridgely started things 1:29 into the game when he chested in a John Eaton cross with goalie Nick La Porta caught off his line.

Ten minutes later, Martin Oswiecimka sent a short

through ball inside the penalty area to Aulestia, who dribbled once before sending a soft chip from 10 yards out that found the top right corner.

South Carroll, seeded seventh, thoroughly dominated the Barons, outshooting the visitors 12-2 in the first half alone.

South Carroll was up 2-0 before the Barons had their first shot on goal.

Jenkins made it 3-0 with 18 minutes left in the half, taking a long square ball from Dan Hughes along the right side before firing a left-footed shot that found the far post.

The Barons, seeded 10th, had one glimmer of hope when Jason Gordon scored 15 minutes into the second half, but Ridgely answered with his second goal 27 seconds later.

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